Off Leash K9 Training: Celebrity Dog Trainer’s Advice for Keeping Your Dog Safe for the Holidays

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So far, no properly trained dog has killed its owner or family,” says White. “In order for people to be comfortable around your dog, you must be able to control it.”

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In order for people to be comfortable around your dog, you must be able to control it.

The holidays bring our families together, but many times dogs have to be left out of the celebration because of their bad behavior. Large dogs that do not behave can knock over small children or elderly relatives. Small dogs get under foot and can be a nuisance under the table. Mid size dog can be a problem if they are aggressive to visitors. Having to leave the dog outside in bad weather because he won’t behave in the house can lead to health problems. This year, dog owners can be free of worry and guilt if they just follow tips from Celebrity Dog Trainer Nicholas White.

“People are worried about what breed of dog to get, instead, they should be concerned about making sure their dogs get properly trained. So far, no properly trained dog has killed its owner or family,” says White. “In order for people to be comfortable around your dog, you must be able to control it.” Nicholas White is a former US Marine and US Secret Service. He is considered to be one of the top trainers in the world.

He is the first choice of celebrities like NBA All-Star John Wall UFC World Champion Jon “Bones” Jones and many others. As the official trainer for ABC’s The Pet Show, White sees all the problems people have with their dogs and offers training solutions. White offers obedience packages for puppies and adult dogs as well as a 2-week board and train program. “This year, I hope people will invest in their dogs so that the whole family can be together. A well trained dog is a delight and I have a program to match anyone’s needs.”

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